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- Toronto Speed Cameras Lead to Fewer Tickets, Repeat Offenders
In July 2020, as part of its Vision Zero Road Safety Plan, the City of Toronto installed 50 Automated Speed Enforcement (ASE) devices in strategic locations around the city. The program’s goal was to aggressively penalize speeding drivers with the aim of eventually changing behaviours. Speeding, as … Read more »
- Ontario Auto Insurance Premiums Remain High Amid Pandemic
Many personal injury lawyers in Ontario believe the province’s auto insurance system unfairly benefits insurance companies at the expense of accident victims. As of February 2020, Ontario drivers paid an average of $1,528 per year in insurance premiums, the second highest amount in Canada after Brit … Read more »
- Can Party Hosts be Sued for the Spread of COVID-19?
Forty-eight per cent of Canadians surveyed in a Leger/Association for Canadian Studies poll visited with people outside their households this holiday season, despite pleas from regional health officials. COVID-19 cases are expected to increase as a result, but legal risks may also apply, according t … Read more »
- Can Canadians Limit Slip and Fall Injuries This Winter?
Cabin fever, the feeling of listlessness and irritability that comes with winter isolation, is a familiar phenomenon to most Canadians. This coming winter, with communal spaces likes gyms, community centres, and churches closed due to the pandemic, levels of cabin fever could reach an all-time high. … Read more »
- Court Decision is Another Blow for Ontario Auto Insurance Holders
Ontario’s drivers rely on insurance to cover costs when they’ve been involved in an accident. When an injury has occurred, insured drivers expect their provider to deliver an appropriate level of accident benefits according to the province’s Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (SABS). But what happ … Read more »